The Telegraph
| Sunday, August 28, 2016 |


Success by the glass

Grover Zampa Vineyards is expanding in great gulps as it looks to dominate the top end of the Indian wine market, say PARAN BALAKRISHNAN AND AARTI DUA

India’s wine industry may still be growing in little sips — but Kapil Grover’s company is expanding in great big gulps and it’s about to launch its most expensive wine ever.  | Read»

On a roll

Foam rollers work wonders for sore and stiff muscles and are the hottest, new fitness accessory, says Saimi Sattar

Athletes swear by them and fitness gurus are creating a regimen around them. | Read»

Bold and beautiful

Designer Krsnaa Mehta’s home is all about vivid colours and breathtaking artworks and is a strong reflection of his design sensibilities, says Sushmita Biswas 

Krsnaa Mehta’s design philosophy epitomises bold experimentation helped along by an in-your-face use of strong colours and graphic patterns. Mehta, who evolved from an interior designer to a product designer, lives in a home... | Read»

Fusion feast

The humble khichri is getting a gourmet makeover with ingredients like Parmesan cheese or even white truffle oil, says Rahul Verma

The first heavy downpour bathes the city, and the soul cries out for a hot plate of khichri. I don’t know how they are related, but the rains seem to be intrinsically linked with this rice-and-lentil dish that you get in various forms across... | Read»

In pursuit of a painter

A walk through Delft, the pretty medieval town in The Netherlands, takes you to the scenes that the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer brought to life, says Bishnupriya Basak

Away from vibrant Amsterdam lies Delft, a pretty medieval town tucked away in the province of South Holland in the Netherlands, south of The Hague and north of Rotterdam. It’s a town that exudes blue warmth from its exquisite... | Read»

Shooting star

Huawei has teamed up with the legendary German company Leica to make a flagship phone that takes great photos, says Tushar Kanwar

For a company that would have prompted a “Who? Why?” response from the average consumer just a couple of years ago, Huawei has come a long way, and the networking giant earned a ton of praise for its Google-branded Nexus... | Read»

Recipe for success

Chef Sabyasachi Gorai has stayed ahead of the pack by striving to be different 

When I was in second year of college at the Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition, Calcutta, I put up a roomali rolls stall at a food festival at Maidan. Making roomalis is considered a... | Read»